Inside the Javon Hargrave contract

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The 49ers made a big move on Monday, in an effort to make their great defense even greater.

Soon-to-be-former Eagles defensive lineman Javon Hargrave intends to sign on Wednesday a four-year, $84 million contract. Here are the details of the deal, per a source with knowledge of the terms.

1. Signing bonus: $23 million.

2. 2023 base salary: $1.165 million, fully guaranteed.

3. 2024 option bonus: $6 million, fully guaranteed.

4. 2024 base salary: $8.885 million, fully guaranteed.

5. 2025 base salary: $19.9 million.

6. 2026 base salary: $21.65 million.

7. 2023-26 workout bonuses: $100,000 workout bonuses, fully guaranteed in 2023 and 2024.

8. 2023-26 per-game roster bonuses: $44,118 per game, up to $750,000 per year, fully guaranteed for 2023.

So it’s a two-year, fully guaranteed contract, under which Hargrave will make up to $40.75 million. The next two years represent team-held options.

12 responses to “Inside the Javon Hargrave contract

  1. How did their great defense do in the NFC Championship game?

    Not so great LMFAO

    GO BIRDS!!!

  2. At least the team protected itself if he hits the 30+ steep decline, I think Philadelphia got the prime years out of Hargrave and now he is cashing in on those years. Also it helped all the Eagles defensive linemen that they had 4 10+ sack individuals . . . hard to pass block everyone all at once.

  3. A team that has no quarterback loading upon on defense. We saw how that worked in Philthy during the playoffs.

  4. How did their great defense do in the blah blah… same way your salty Birds ended, without a ring.

  5. Love Javon and what he did for Philly… But, 20 mil a year for a DT on the wrong side of 30 coming off a career season during a walk year ? That’s a hard pass. It’ll be interesting to see if his success transfers over. I hope it does

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